hour. that's the stuff as people get weary, you know, getting into the 20th, 24th hour of dealing with this thing, when they get out tomorrow, if they're still out in these winds, that's when the biggest danger is going to be posed. people need to stay inside, hunker down. and ride this one out. you know, we're going to ride it out at the -- at the safe confines of a door to the hotel, which is pretty much a bunker, thank good not. i tell you -- thank goodness. i tell you, i can't imagine it as a 125 miles per hour hurricane, it's bad enough at 100. 125 miles per hour, i can't imagine. >> we'll hit you up next hour and get a checkup. you take care. let's go to washington and the president working to firing up his base, a base that is largely drained of its excitement about politics, according to polls. and the congressional black caucus fundraiser last night the president told the crowd the last election was a changing of the guard, and now it's time to guard the change. but at the same time, he acknowledged the uphill battle he's got ahead.